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The Mechanical Universe: Mechanics and Heat, Advanced Edition

The Mechanical Universe

Mechanics and Heat, Advanced Edition

Cambridge University Press (2008)
CA$75.67

This innovative physics textbook develops classical mechanics from a historical perspective while...

Quantum Field Theory of Non-equilibrium States
Cambridge University Press (2007)
CA$59.46

Quantum field theoretical applications for graduate students in statistical mechanics and condensed...

Quantum Mechanics: Non-Relativistic Theory

Quantum Mechanics (3rd ed.)

Non-Relativistic Theory

Elsevier Science (1981)
CA$81.00

This edition has been completely revised to include some 20% of new material. Important recent...

Quantum Physics in One Dimension
Clarendon Press (2003)
CA$119.41

This book is a pedagogical yet complete introduction to the physics of one-dimensional systems, a...

Vibrations and Waves
Wiley (2009)
CA$69.75

This introductory text emphasises physical principles, rather than the mathematics. Each topic...

Bird of Passage: Recollections of a Physicist

Bird of Passage

Recollections of a Physicist

Princeton University Press (2014)
CA$79.16

Here is the intensely personal and often humorous autobiography of one of the most distinguished...

Quantum Dissipative Systems
World Scientific Publishing Company (2012)
CA$86.06

Starting from first principles, this book introduces the fundamental concepts and methods of...

Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness

Quantum Enigma (2nd ed.)

Physics Encounters Consciousness

Oxford University Press (2011)
CA$15.36

In trying to understand the atom, physicists built quantum mechanics, the most successful theory in...

Quantum Theory: A Very Short Introduction
OUP Oxford (2002)
CA$9.45

In simple language, without mathematics, this book explains the strange and exciting ideas that make...

The Nature of Space and Time
Princeton University Press (2010)
CA$19.09

Einstein said that the most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible....